There are lots of great community transportation apps available in the App Store.
But none of them have the power to transport you to and from work, school, or other appointments.
This week, we’re looking at three of the most popular and easy-to-use community transportation app’s available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
How to build a community transit appCommunity Transit, an app developed by app developer Ryan Capps, lets you quickly find transportation options for your commute, including transit stops, stations, and buses.
You can easily switch between local and bus routes.
The app has a free trial for iOS and Android, but it is not available in any of the other platforms.
However, it can be downloaded from the iTunes Store for $2.99.
In addition to the app’s easy-access features, the app offers free Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC connectivity.
It also features support for Google Maps, Yelp, Yelp Map, and other popular community navigation apps.
If you’re planning on using the app for transportation, here are some key considerations.
First, you want to avoid using your phone to pick up or drop off passengers.
The phone will not recognize your location unless you specifically enter it into the app.
Second, the apps only allow you to make and receive calls and texts.
It doesn’t let you send messages or receive phone calls from a distance.
Lastly, the user interface is a bit cluttered with icons and small icons on the top and bottom of the screen.
If you’re on the go, you’ll probably want to take the app with you when you’re at home.